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[FYI] (Fwd) Report on Clairview Internet Sheriff
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Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 01:03:21 +1000
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Irene Graham)
Subject: Report on Clairview Internet Sheriff
A report issued today by EFA:
Some Australian Senators appear to believe it's suitable for mandatory
use by ISPs to prevent adults' access to Net content.
I gather Clairview is about to start marketing Internet Sheriff
world-wide. It's not an end-user product. As far as I can understand,
ISPs buy a feed from Clairview. The technology apparently scans the
data stream real time and uses a "guessing engine" to decide whether
the content is pornographic.
Some interesting results, none surprising.